Wednesday Morning Linkage

[Dia de los Muertos via Curbed LA flickr pool member Tom Andrews]

· Realtors need to innovate or be left with a broken industry [Inman]
· Housing values and the presidential election; perception versus reality [Lansner]
· Driving to WeHo Halloween bash? Beware of new tow-away zones [WLA Online]
· Thirsty coyotes are invading San Marino neighborhoods [San Marino Tribune]
· Obama's plan for cities: "tin-cup urbanism?" [Planetizen]
· SGV says no on Measure R; whines about getting their fair share [Star-News]
· Pasadenans vote to tax themselves to preserve open space [Star-News]
· Controversy: Developer throws hush money at Brea opponents [OC Register]For more stories from Curbed LA, go to

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